The front-page article “Democrat’s attack ad resurrects pro-life gaffe” (Oct. 20) demonstrates very clearly why no human being of conscience can vote for any Democratic politician this year.
If disputes involving religious liberty will be called a war, it is important to consider the “weapons” used (“Ohio faithfuls get last laugh at ACLU suit to tear down Jesus portrait,” Web, Oct. 21).
Thank you for using the word “terror” in your headline to describe the recent Palestinian attack at a Jerusalem train station that killed a 3-month-old Israeli girl, Haya Zissel Braun (“Baby killed, 8 wounded in terror attack at Jerusalem train stop,” Web, Oct. 22).
I have pondered this question for a while and asked many people who oppose voter ID laws very simply why they think such transparently sensible requirements are unfair or unreasonable. I have never received a coherent answer.
When I use the term “Ebola crisis,” I am not suggesting Ebola is a health crisis within U.S. borders. Rather, I am referring to the current administration’s apparent lying, incompetence and outright disregard for American lives and well-being.